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i need a basic one, something really simple :\
what is a dipolar bond?
bond with two polar bonds?
lol what does that mean?
lol idk "di-polar" 2 poles. some shti like that
A molecule such as HF that has a center of positive charge and a center of negative charge is said to be dipolar, or to have a dipole moment
center of negative and center of positive?
oh wait...i get|dw:1378785114470:dw|
okay, now what?
that is an example
what you are asking for
how about a water molecule ? is it an example of dipole moment?
coordinate covalent? would it be like this|dw:1378785318178:dw|
coordinate covalent bond aka dipolar bond
would my fail of a diagram be correct?
you're basing it off lewis structure you know when you're dealing with high electronegativity like F it is better off to illustrate using electrostatic potential or the photo I attached
yea i know but it asks for a dot structure
oh I see, you didn't ask me lol
lol no, not what i meant, the question specifically requires dot structure, should've mentioned that, my bad
try water molecule
easy example with easy dot structure
eh...ones was enough lol i posted another question, take a look mabes?
i tagged you